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    Ok, so I had a shot at this, and I am very happy about the outcome.
    I have changed the Led's in the NCDC2013 to match.
    The only thing that I feel lets this down is the Screen, which I'm working on!
    Hope you guys like it, as you can see, I have used some white in there to break things up, and I haven't done the Mileage/Warning Indicators in the clocks, as my stupid head was on, and I ordered the wrong Led's for it!!
    Wayyyy too bright!
    So at moment they can stay as!
    Sorry about the pics, as they were taken with phone!

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    Sweet m8, Great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GazCDTI150 View Post
    Sweet m8, Great job.
    Thanks

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    I thought I would put another photo up here, in case anyone is thinking of doing the Led conversion to the NCDC2013.
    The removal of the unit is quite basic, and to be honest not worth detailing, but if your not sure, the info is pretty much the same as a CD70, without having to take the side locking pins out, and the face plate is connected to the main unit via a push-in connector rather than a ribbon.
    What I will say is though, don't remove the Led's I have highlighted as these are for your Nav or Phone switches, depending on which NCDC you have.

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    Looms smart mate how did u remove the auto gear selector to change the LEDs in that ya car is the same as mine in side all blue
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    To remove the auto gearstick, twist the hard plastic cover clockwise, maybe a quarter of a turn. This is the bit under the silver button.
    You will have to remove shroud from around the display first so that when you've twisted the cover you then push it down out of the way, not far!
    Then you simply pull up on the gear lever! Fitting is reverse.

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    To remove the auto gearstick, twist the hard plastic cover clockwise, maybe a quarter of a turn. This is the bit under the silver button.
    You will have to remove shroud from around the display first so that when you've twisted the cover you then push it down out of the way, not far!
    Then you simply pull up on the gear lever! Fitting is reverse.

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    looks great fella!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dahmich View Post
    looks great fella!
    Cheers bud, really happy with it!

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